Caesars Racebook Goes Live in Two More States

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Caesars' Racebook product has launched in two new states, making the number of active states the racing product is available in five just weeks after its rollout.

The app went live in Oregon and Montana, and comes after the product initially launched in Florida and Ohio earlier this month. The app uses the NyRA Bets Platform and allows for wagering on horseracing from over 250 tracks around the world, including Saratoga Race Course, Belmont Park, and others. Caesars-owned tracks like Horshoe Indianapolis also have wagers and broadcasts open to those who enjoy horseracing.

Commenting on the launch, Caesars Digital Chief Development Officer Dan Shapiro said, "Caesars Racebook is truly differentiated as the first horse racing advance deposit wagering app to include our award-winning Caesars Rewards loyalty program. We look forward to welcoming new horse racing customers and existing fans onto the platform and to working with NYRA Bets to grow horse racing as we deploy Caesars Racebook."

NYRA Bets GM Matt Feig added: "The new Caesars Racebook app, which utilises the NYRA Bets interface and technology, will expand access to world-class horse racing now and in the future. The partnership between NYRA Bets and Caesars is a win for horse racing, its stakeholders and countless racetracks around the world."

Caesars has said it wants to get the product live in 30 states at some point down the line.

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